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How much do you know about this hemochromatosis? Take this quiz to find out.
(Published: July 1, 2013)

Hemochromatosis Online Training
Read about Dr. Carpenter's personal experience and learn about CDC's training to help healthcare providers identify and treat hemochromatosis.
(Published: July 2, 2012)

Hemochromatosis: Iron Storage Disease
Excessive iron buildup in the body's tissues and organs can cause serious health problems over time.
(Published: July 7, 2011)

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Population Screening Strategies for Genetic Disorders: Evidence, Ethics, and Economics

Public Health Genomics; 2010; 13(2):106–115.
Grosse SD, Rogowski W, Ross LF, Cornel MC, Dondorp WJ, Khoury MJ
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Family-based Detection for Hereditary Hemochromatosis

Journal of Genetic Counseling; October 19, 2007
Reyes M, Dunet DO, Isenberg KB, Trisolini M, Wagener DK
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Stakeholder-focused Evaluation of an Online Course for Health Care Providers

Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions; Fall 2006; Vol 26; pp 257-267
Dunet DO, Reyes M
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Iron Supplement Use and Iron Status among US Adults: Results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 2005 Nov;82(5):1024-31
Blanck HM, Cogswell ME, Gillespie C, Reyes M.
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Serum Iron and Iron-binding Capacity: A Round-Robin Interlaboratory Comparison Study

Clinical Chemistry; 2003; 49:1672-1675
Blanck HM, et al.
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Laboratory Issues: Use of Nutritional Biomarkers

The Journal of Nutrition; 133:888S-894S, March 2003
Blanck HM, et al.
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Genetics and Prevention Effectiveness

In Genetics and Public Health in the 21st Century, edited by Khoury MJ, Burke W, Thompson EJ, Oxford University Press, 2000, pp. 329–360.
Grosse SD, Teutsch SM
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